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  • About ALCP | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Admitted Conditional Admission Important Dates Forms FAQ Degree Students I Want to Learn More I want to Apply I Have Been Admitted Important Dates Forms FAQ Semester Year Long Students Summer CSUMB About ALCP Short Term Summer ALCP Programs Academic English Program Semester Year Conditional Admission ALCP Important Dates Program Fees Immigration Requirements Travel F 1 Employment Making Payments as an International Student FAQ Current Student Excursions globe trOtter Archive CSUMB Home International Learn English About ALCP The American Language and Culture Program ALCP at CSUMB offers opportunities for students to learn English from a knowledgeable friendly and worldly faculty made up of English as a Second Language ESL experts in the beautiful Monterey Bay area Which program is right for you Choose short term programs if you want to experience American culture and improve your English for 4 6 weeks Stay longer and benefit from our semester and year long terms designed to prepare students for an American university education and improve English faster If you are ready to get a bachelor s degree at CSUMB but your TOEFL IELTS score is too low choose our Conditional Admission program and you will receive the English instruction necessary to achieve academic proficiency Short Term Cultural Programs Learn English for a Semester or Year Learn English then Get a Degree Conditional Admission Questions Email studyenglish csumb edu Download the ALCP Fact Sheet Download the International Programs Overview Brochure for Academic Year 2016 2017 or view the Brochure flipbook Why Choose ALCP at CSUMB International students at CSUMB teach one another dances from their home countries at a BBQ Flag Football event Students can enroll in ALCP without taking TOEFL In addition select sudents who complete Level 4 of the ALCP can receive conditional admissions to CSUMB without taking the TOEFL if

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  • Education Abroad | Cal State Monterey Bay
    cultures and form lifelong friendships At CSUMB we think every student deserves this transformative experience and we offer a wide range of programs to suit the needs of all of our diverse students So take a look around Explore the 200 programs in more than 30 countries worldwide to find the opportunity that s right for you Explore Semester Year Programs Explore Summer 2016 Programs Apply Now study abroad 101 mondays 12 2 PM Learn about scholarships for Studying Abroad Feb 8 heron hall bldg 18 Formerly MLC Room 118 Learn all about your study abroad options meet with advisers and past study abroad students and ask all your burning questions General information 12pm 1pm special topics 1pm 2pm CSUMB Education Abroad Options SEMESTER YEAR LONG EXCHANGE PROGRAMS Semester Year Long Programs offer CSUMB students the chance to study abroad at one of our many partner universities for one semester or one academic year Students going on a semester year long exchange pay their regular tuition to CSUMB and pay accommodation and meals to their host university In a few circumstances students may pay tuition accommodation and meals to the host university Semester Year Long Exchange Programs AFFILIATE PROGRAMS Affiliate Programs are delivered through third party providers A CSUMB student can study abroad through one of the affiliate programs for a summer semester or academic year These programs are typically more expensive but cater to more exclusive areas of the world Affiliate Programs NATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE NSE National Student Exchange NSE is perfect if you d still like to spend some of your college experience beyond the bay experiencing life in another part of the country A CSUMB student can study anywhere in the USA and its territories Hawaii Puerto Rico U S Virgin Islands and in some Canadian cities

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  • College of Health Sciences & Human Services | Cal State Monterey Bay
    inequities that have plagued our nation As our collective economic welfare becomes increasingly linked with the well being of our populace we will seek new ways to prevent health conditions and diseases that limit quality of life With prevention rapidly becoming a top priority CHSHS faculty are devoted to seeking new ways to help communities thrive and achieve optimal wellness where we work live and play Read more CHSHS is the academic home of Bachelor degree programs in 1 Collaborative Health and Human Services 2 Kinesiology and 3 Nursing as well as an accredited Masters degree in Social Work Collaborative Health and Human Services is an inter professional major with three concentrations Community Health Public Administration and Social Work Kinesiology has concentrations in Exercise Science or Wellness supplemented with courses in nutrition Nursing is a degree completion program in collaboration with Cabrillo Gavilan Hartnell and Monterey Peninsula Colleges Registered Nursing programs Our College also hosts the Institute for Community Collaborative Studies that works with and serves state county and local agencies to plan and develop projects while engaging in outreach and educational activities Becoming part of the recently formed College offers students an opportunity to discover exciting and challenging careers As a Hispanic Serving Institution committed to cultural and linguistic inclusivity we offer an educational experience that values and integrates cultural capital into the learning environment We seek students who hope to become leaders in their respective fields drivers of compassionate and innovative practices and the creators of effective and culturally relevant wellness strategies and interventions We invite you to explore our website wherein you will find an extraordinary array of people and programs that contribute to the vibrant service oriented and intellectually stimulating place that comprises CHSHS We also welcome your involvement in college activities research projects and events

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/chshs (2016-02-11)
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  • TLA NEWS | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Faculty Support Teams Retention Tenure Promotion RTP Campus Resources Student Support Student Development Support Programs Distressed Disruptive Student Behavior Assessment CSUMB s Educational Model Assessment Overview Institutional Learning Outcomes Assessment Program Assessment Resources Assessment Myths Truths ABOUT TLA News TLA Blog Workshops Cooperatives Center for Academic Technologies CAT Office of Inclusive Excellence Travel Grants Innovation in Teaching Learning Grants Faculty Incentive Grants FIGs Global Engagement Opportunity Grants Sponsored Programs For New Faculty Teaching Assessment Resources Research Creative Activities Campus Program Overview Videos Faculty Support Teams Retention Tenure Promotion RTP Campus Resources Student Development Support Programs Distressed Disruptive Student Behavior CSUMB s Educational Model Assessment Overview Institutional Learning Outcomes Assessment Program Assessment Resources Assessment Myths Truths CSUMB Home Academic Affairs TLA News Blog TLA NEWS 3rd Inclusive Excellence Teaching Symposium Book Launch Fostering Habits of Mind March 10th 4 30 7 00 p m Alumni Visitors Center WELCOME BY CSUMB PRESIDENT EDUARDO OCHOA AND PROVOST BONNIE IRWIN LIGHTNING TALKS TEACHING DEMONSTRATION The CSUMB Office of Inclusive Excellence and Center for Teaching Learning and Assessment are co hosting a book launch for Fostering Habits of Mind in Today s Students A New Approach to Developmental Education The book was co edited by CSUMB s Jennifer Fletcher Faculty Humanities and Communication and includes chapters by CSUMB facuty members Olga Blomgren Maria Boza Jennifer Fletcher Rebecca Kersnar Sunita Lanka Natasha Oelman and Daphne Young and former TLA Director Becky Rosenberg Jan 20th Workshop Designing Assignments that Result in Better Student Work Wednesday January 20th 9 a m 12 p m BIT Room 112 Facilitated by Nelson Graff University Writing Program Director and CSUMB Intellectual Skills Assessment Coordinators Swarup Wood Critical Thinking Sarah Dahlen Information Literacy Judith Canner Quantitative Reasoning Ondine Gage Serio Written Communication and Shar Gregg Oral Communication Congratulations to Fall 2015 TLA

    Original URL path: https://csumb.edu/tla/tla-news (2016-02-11)
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  • TLA BLOG SPACE | Cal State Monterey Bay
    the majority said they would be interested in trying it However some students along with many faculty who completed the survey said they believe social media would be too distracting in the classroom For this reason they think it should not be adopted for educational purposes These respondents believe the interactive tools already offered on campus such as iLearn are sufficient for classroom activities and assignments Most of the faculty who completed the survey stated they believe students would be interested in adopting social media in the classroom However in addition to the potential distraction of social media faculty worried adopting new technology would take too much time away from the instructional time They also were concerned about its relevance to the area in which they were teaching Overall both groups expressed an interest in adopting social media in the classroom as long as the use was relevant to the class and did not create a distraction to learning the course s core materials READ MORE Development Sheets As part of our hands on approach to exploring the various social media platforms our group decided to make tip sheets for each platform we discussed The tip sheets include a screen shot of the platform a brief description of the platform information about cost and device access tutorials on how to use the platform potential assignment ideas potential pitfalls of the platform and related news articles The platforms reviewed are by no means a comprehensive description of what could be used in the classroom These platforms represent those the faculty were familiar with or had heard about and wanted to learn more Tip sheets were developed for Twitter Tweetdeck Facebook Hootsuite Storify Tumblr Pinterest Reddit Wikipedia Videolicious Pearl Trees and Google Currently the tip sheets are in the form of google docs This allows us to easily make edits and add to the document Social media platforms are continually changing We believe the google doc format allows us to keep the tip sheets as current as possible Tip sheets will be updated as we expand our discussions on issues of access and as platforms evolve Keys to success In our conversations about how to use social media most effectively in the classroom two primary themes emerged the need to tie the use of social media directly to a major learning outcome and or specific purpose and how to use social media for keeping in touch with or creating a network with a broader community We believe most students want to know the purpose of adopting social media in the classroom As the survey indicated some students are reluctant to bring what they see as a strictly social platform into a learning environment By explaining the purpose clearly at the beginning of the semester or assignment we believe faculty will see higher levels of engagement The other area in which faculty have seen a high level of adoption of social media is when students see how they can use the platforms to

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  • TEACHING & LEARNING WORKSHOPS & COOPERATIVES | Cal State Monterey Bay
    workshops is that we cannot simply assign analytical tasks for our students we have to teach students to analyze often in more structured and scaffolded ways than many of us experienced as students While this is being coordinated through the University Writing Program and Teaching Learning and Assessment the leaders of individual workshops will be bringing perspectives from the various intellectual skills in our Institutional Learning Outcomes information literacy oral communication quantitative reasoning critical thinking and written communication WALK INS WELCOME February 12 12 2 p m Teaching Students to Analyze Sources of Information Facilitator Sarah Dahlen Information Literacy Assessment Coordinator March 4 10 12 p m Teaching Students to Evaluate Evidence for Different Audiences Facilitator Shar Gregg Oral Communication Assessment Coordinator March 11 10 12 p m Teaching Students to Evaluate Quantitative Evidence without teaching them math Facilitator Judith Canner Quantitative Reasoning Assessment Coordinator April 1 10 12 p m Teaching Students to Uncover Assumptions and Perspectives Facilitator Nelson Graff University Writing Program Director April 15 10 12 p m Teaching Analysis Through Building Images Facilitator Swarup Wood Critical Thinking Assessment Coordinator April 29 10 12 p m Moving Students from Analysis to Synthesis Nelson Graff University Writing Program Director workshops with meeting dates T B D by participants Working with Students on the AUTISM Spectrum Workshop Series 3 sessions Workshop dates will be determined by schedules of participants To support students on the autism spectrum an educated and trained community students faculty and staff is essential This enables positive interactions climate and sense of community that can confidently collaborate to meet challenges facing students and those interacting with them Workshop 1 Issues and educational information about Autism Spectrum Disorder ASD students Students faculty and professional supporters will present information and share perspectives Workshop 2 Education and training on understanding and responding to ASD student experiences perspectives and needs A student panel will share experiences needs and recommendations followed by a solutions focused discussion and brainstorming session Workshop 3 Education and training from faculty staff perspectives and needs A panel of faculty and staff will share experiences needs and recommendations Facilitator s Justin Frago Student Disability Resources Sean Senechal Faculty Psychology Human Development Show me something I don t know ABOUT TEACHING WITH TECHNOLOGY Workshop Series 3 sessions Workshop dates will be determined by schedules of participants This 3 session cooperative will explore web tools and processes to make teaching and grading easier more efficient more fun more collaborative organized creative interesting stimulating practical simplified inclusive accessible and transparent The workshop will be tailored to the needs and interests of the participants and demonstrate how to apply various tips and tricks using iLearn Google Apps Websites Videos and Video Conferencing Facilitator Denise Castro Instructional Designer Center for Academic Technologies CAT Sustainability Across the Curriculum Discussion Group 3 6 sessions Meeting dates will be determined by schedules of participants This group will continue to look at the sustainability survey that will potentially help the campus assess the level of sustainability

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  • Upcoming Events | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Events Resources Core Definitions Reports Publications Campus Resources External Resources Faculty Resources IF YOU NEED HELP About Us Mission Statement About the Associate Vice President Message from the President Advisory team 2015 Transgender Identity Awareness Training for Staff Faculty Diversity Plan Timeline Diversity Mapping Project Upcoming Events 2015 Past Events Core Definitions Reports Publications Campus Resources External Resources Faculty Resources Mission Statement About the Associate Vice President Message from the

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  • TRAVEL GRANTS | Cal State Monterey Bay
    will be reviewed for their explicit contribution to the scholarship of teaching learning and assessment at the postsecondary level Specifically reviewers will look for 1 explicit contribution to the scholarship of teaching learning and assessment at the postsecondary level and 2 impact on student learning and student success If the conference proposal for your presentation or abstract does not explain how your presentation directly addresses teaching learning and assessment please use the Additional information box in the application form to explain Presentations that include critical evaluation of assessment data collected to determine the effectiveness of teaching strategies will receive higher priority for funding than presentations that only present on teaching strategies see prioritization criteria above If approved applications for this semester s Travel Grants exceed the funds available priority will be given to those faculty who did not receive a TLA travel grant during the prior academic year and junior faculty Following presentations all travel grant recipients should submit a travel grant blog to TLA Guidelines are posted on the TLA website Online Application Confirmation Letter Proposal Frequently asked Travel questions FAQs To ensure you receive reimbursement for your travel expenses you must carefully follow the protocols below Failure to do so may result in non payment The button below links to the official CSUMB Travel Policies and Procedures This is followed by FAQs and guidelines that address the most common mistakes made by travel grant participants These guidelines are mean to supplement not replace that official policies and procedures Official CSUMB Travel Policies and Procedures University Frequently Asked Questions FAQs Before your Trip Request for Approval of Travel RAT Concur Travel Store Uncheck REFUNDABLE Your next steps are Complete and sign a Request for Travel RAT form then get the necessary department approval before submitting it to the TLA Director for his her signature Remember to write a brief justification for the trip in the designated area e g Presenter at the CABE Annual Conference Contact TLA for the appropriate chart string Unit Acct Fund Dept ID TLA s maximum award is 750 Please be sure that your Department Chair reviews and signs your RAT Other signatures will include the TLA Director and the Provost TLA will route the form for you When booking your airline ticket please remember to use the CONCUR Travel Store You must manually uncheck the REFUNDABLE indicator for reduced airfare pricing to appear on the screen If you find even better pricing elsewhere you must print and provide hardcopy proof of the price comparisons as supporting evidence For example print the CONCUR pricing compared to the airline s pricing This information must be submitted with your Travel Expense Claim TEC after your trip Also know that airfare and registration fees can be charged directly to TLA Contact TLA for the chart string and procedures During your Trip Remember to save all of your receipts during the trip Regarding meals the maximum daily amount is 55 with no more than a 20 tip Keep good

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